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Business Development Manager - Events, Royal Museums Greenwich

  • 21st November 2018
  • London, Greenwich,
  • Full time
  • Paid (£30k-40k)
  • museums
  • Chloe Aspden - HR Assistant


Are you looking to develop your career in a unique and inspiring setting? Do you have experience in developing events business within a unique environment? If so, this could be opportunity for you! Royal Museums Greenwich provides the perfect backdrop for unforgettable events. After all, with the stunning Queen’s House, National Maritime Museum, Royal Observatory Greenwich and Cutty Sark, all within a UNESCO World Heritage Site, this is one of London’s most iconic settings. Join us and you’ll find more than a range of spectacular venues though.

This wide-ranging and rewarding role is focussed solely on business development. So as well as working with the Head of Sales & Events to develop a sales and marketing strategy, you’ll look for innovative ways to generate new business, proactively seek-out sales opportunities, evaluate potential new products and deliver targeted campaigns.

Working within a small team, you’ll drive income growth across corporate and private event sales (including weddings), ensuring that we exceed every customer’s expectations.

Along with sound experience of achieving challenging sales targets within an events environment, a commercially driven approach a good knowledge of London’s corporate and private events market. Just as important as all of that, you’ll need to be a tenacious self-starter with first-rate negotiation, networking and presentation skills.

Salary: £27,000 - £35,000 per annum

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